By the end of this month, the estate of a Kentucky family whose home was destroyed by a supernova will sell for $10.2 million.
The family, whose house was destroyed in the 2011 supernova, sold their home in Lexington, Ky., for $8.2 billion in October, and is set to buy another house in the same county in 2021 for $6.3 million.
They bought their home at the end, when the population of Lexington was 2,000, and were able to renovate it to provide more space and a new kitchen.
The Lexington-based family had been working on the project for about two years, and had been looking at lots of potential sites before they came to Kentucky.
They considered the town of Lexington as well as the city of Kentucky, but decided against the former because they didn’t want to be caught in the middle of a supernovae crisis.
The house they bought is in a private home in Kentucky, with the name Lexington on the front.
Its exterior features a glass panel that covers the house.
It’s been a few years since the family has lived there, but the window is still open and they’ve got a large TV.
They’ve got two dogs in the yard, but their dogs are not allowed outside.
It has a huge garage with a water tank and a carport.
They also have a swimming pool in the backyard.